UNIVERSITY CATALOG: 2017-2018

Linguistics, B.A.

All lower division GE completed. Requirements with completion of an AA-T in Global Studies as follows:

Transfer Year 1: First Semester

Course Units
LING 200 or LING 250 3
LING 300 3
LING 310 or LING 325 3
Foreign Language** 3
GE Upper Division* 3
Total 15

Transfer Year 1: Second Semester

Course Units
Foreign Language** 3
LING Electives Group A (Two of the four electives must come from Group A): LING 200, LING 250, LING 310, LING 325, LING 330, LING 407, LING 411, LING 427, LING 430, LING 441, LING 447, LING 455 3/3
LING 402 3
GE Upper Division* 3
Total 15

Transfer Year 2: First Semester

Course Units
LING 403 3
LING 408 3
LING 441 or LING 427 3
LING Electives Group A (LING 200, LING 250, LING 310, LING 325, LING 330, LING 407, LING 411, LING 427, LING 430, LING 441, LING 447, LING 455) or Group B*** 3
GE Upper Division* 3
Total 15

Transfer Year 2: Second Semester

Course Units
LING 404 3
LING 417 3
LING Electives Group A (LING 200, LING 250, LING 310, LING 325, LING 330, LING 407, LING 411, LING 427, LING 430, LING 441, LING 447, LING 455) or Group B*** 3
Electives 6
Total 15
Total units after transfer 60

Note regarding LING 200, 250, 310, 325, 427 441. Required courses cannot be double counted as electives.

*If needed, select GE Upper Division courses that also satisfy: (1) IC: Information Competence, (2) GE Comparative Cultural Studies, and/or (3) GE Upper Division Title 5 American History Institutions and Ideals and/or GE Upper Division Title 5 US Constitution and California State and Local Government.

**Non-Romance language at the beginning level (two semesters) or Romance language at the intermediate level (two semesters). Undergraduate majors whose native language is not English are exempt from the foreign language requirement.

***Group B courses:
AFRS 395 Bilingualism in the African-American Community (3)
ANTH 310 Language in Culture: Anthropological Linguistics (3)
ANTH 360 Immigration and Ethnicity (3)
CHS 333 Language and Society: Chicanas/os and Other Language Minority Children (3)
CHS 433 Language Acquisition of the Chicana/o and ESL Speakers (3)
CHS 482 Language of the Barrio (3) CD 442 Speech Science (3)
CD 462 Language Disorders I (3) COMP 310 Automata, Languages and Computation (3)
COMP 333 Concepts of Programming Languages (3)
COMP 410 Logic Programming (3)
COMP 469 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (3)
COMS 350 Nonverbal Communication (3)
COMS 356 Intercultural Communication (3)
COMS 450 Communication Research Methodology (3)
DEAF 484 Structure of American Sign Language (3) (Taught in ASL)
DEAF 485 Issues in American Sign Language (3) (Taught in ASL)
ENGL 400 History of the English Language (3)
ENGL 405 Language Differences and Language Change (3)
FREN 389 French Phonetics 1 (3)
FREN 400 Structure of the French Language 1 (3)
ITAL 305 Structure of the Italian Language (3)
PHIL 355 Philosophy of Mind (4)
PHIL 445 Philosophy of Language (3)
PHIL 455 Advanced Philosophy of Mind (3)
PSY 367 Cognitive Psychology (3)
PSY 369 Applied Cognition (3)
SOC 364/L Social Statistics and Lab (3/1)
SPAN 400 Structure of the Spanish Language (3)
SPAN 401 Language and Culture (3)
SPAN 425 Spanish Phonetics (3)
SPAN 497 Comparative Structure of Spanish and English (3)